Forging is a manufacturing process in which metal is pressed, forged or squeezed under great pressure to produce high strength parts. Forged aluminum is ideal for applications where performance and safety are critical, but a lighter metal is needed for speed or energy efficiency.

The forging of aluminium alloys is the process of converting a uniform blank shape into a final product by hammering the material between shaped or flat dies. This working process may take place in one stage or several stages. The great majority of aluminium forgings are made in the heat-treatable alloys, but forgings in pure aluminium and in some of the non-heat-treatable alloys find application in certain fields. The technology has now reached an advanced stage of development, and precision forgings are used for many highly stressed parts, such as in aircraft undercarriage gear, internal combustion engines and other power units. Forged components have an advantage of near net shape, minimising further machining. Forged aluminum wheels on a racing car is a perfect example.

Types of Forging

Primarily, there are three types of forging processes: open die forging is ideal for larger aluminum components; closed die forging is suitable for more complex designs and tighter tolerances, and ring roll forging used to create high strength annular applications.

High Performance and Power

Forging is used in applications where performance and strength are critical requirements.

Forged components are often found at stress and shock points. As extreme examples; Pistons, gears and wheel shafts in high-performance automobiles and aircraft are usually made of forged aluminum.

Perfect Forged Aluminum for Aviation

The harsh environments in which aircraft operate require strong and durable structures that are lightweight at the same time. The low density of forged aluminum compared to steel makes it an ideal material for aerospace applications.

Mold room

Production of mold apparatus and fixtures suitable for customer demands are produced by designing in-house. Possible errors that may occur during the production phase are prevented with the simulation programs used in the design phase.

Forged Aluminum Product Manufacturing

In our aluminium forging line, 2XXX, 6XXX and 7XXX series aluminum alloys, which are high strength and special aluminum alloys are used.

The requested alloys are produced in our own foundry in line with international standards and customer demands. 

Cut to length of raw material is done precisely in cutting presses or cutting machines according to the part characteristics.

The raw material heating process is done by controlling 100% from different points in the tunnel furnace in accordance with the aluminum structure.

In our facility, which has a forging power from 400 tons to 4,000 tons, all kinds of parts are formed by hot forging.

Sandblasting process is applied to the finished and semi-finished parts in order to provide the desired surface quality and cleanliness.

Heat Treatment

Post aluminium forging parts are heat treated in accordance with automotive and aviation standards to provide targeted mechanical properties. In our solution and aging furnaces, temperature values are monitored and recorded by PLC control. In addition, the temperature distribution is measured with the periodic TUS test.


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